ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE

BREAKING FREE & STAYING FREE

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Breaking Free & Staying Free

“I am the Lord your God who takes hold of your right hand and says to you, Do not fear; I will help you.”

Isaiah 41:13

They call it “the good life”—the pleasures of swimming in a sea of alcohol; or drugs…. Habitual use of drugs and alcohol often results in addiction. The drinker’s inadequacies, faults, and problems become intensified, and often personality changes result. Feeling confident when under the influence of alcohol, they are often immature, insecure, and afflicted by guilt and depression.

They typically do not feel good about themself and cannot face the challenges, addiction and the problems it creates; so they deny the problem and is dishonest in covering it up and in blaming it on others, work, or the “bad breaks” of life.  This deviousness and denial leads to a masquerade in life that at times assumes almost comic, though actually tragic, overtones.  Alcoholics desperately need help. Alcoholics Anonymous maintains that until alcoholics hit rock bottom, admitting their life is out of control, there is little hope of any change. Admitting that there is a problem is the first step on the road to recovery.

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